NASHVILLE, TN (WCSC) - Justin Timberlake fans were in for a treat at the singer's Friday night show in Nashville, as he was joined on stage by country music royalty.
Timberlake, front and center with acoustic guitar in hand, began the all too familiar strum of "Friends in Low Places."
"I mean, this is the country music capital of the world, right?" he asked the sold out crowd.
After the crowd joined in to sing the first verse and chorus, Timberlake paused.
"Something don't feel right," the Suit and Tie singer said, fans screaming. "I mean, if you're going to do the [expletive]. Garth?"
A video posted to YouTube captures the entire moment, with both singers appearing starstruck as Garth Brooks enters from the back of the stage to roaring applause.
The duo took turns belting out the karaoke/bar favorite with plenty of audience participation. And yes, they sang the ENTIRE song.
"Hold on a second, Garth. I can't let you leave without that third verse," Timberlake teased.
Since being uploaded to YouTube Saturday, the 10-minute video has gone viral, hitting dozens of websites and trending on Facebook.